10 Wordless Comics that Tell Compelling Stories

We’ll explore 10 wordless comics that tell Compelling Stories. These Silent Comics demonstrate the power of visual storytelling.

The Arrival

The Arrival is a beautiful and evocative wordless comic that tells the story of a man who leaves his home country to find a better life for himself and his family.

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind is a post-apocalyptic manga series written and illustrated by Hayao Miyazaki.

Anya’s Ghost

Anya’s Ghost is a young adult graphic novel that tells the story of a Russian immigrant teenager named Anya who discovers a ghost in an old well.

The Walking Man

The Walking Man is a manga series that follows a middle-aged businessman who takes daily walks around his city.


Flight is a unique anthology series of comics without much dialogues that showcases a diverse group of emerging and established.

Through the Woods

Through the Woods apart is Carroll’s masterful use of color and composition to create a sense of foreboding and unease.

Lost and Found

Lost and Found is a children’s picture book that tells the story of a boy who finds a penguin on his doorstep.

City of Glass

City of Glass is a graphic novel adaptation of Paul Auster’s novel of the same name, illustrated by David Mazzucchelli.

Lost at Sea

The story is a coming-of-age tale that explores themes of identity, loneliness, and the search for meaning.

The Boy, the Bear, the Baron, the Bard

The Boy, the Bear, the Baron, the Bard is a beautiful wordless picture book by Australian author and illustrator Gregory Rogers.